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Scrambled Maasi Karuvadu Or Scrambled Maldives Dry Fish Recipe

Maasi Karuvadu / Maldives Dry Fish is one of my hometown (Tuticorin) special. This dry fish is prepared in Maldives and available in most of the grocery shops and markets of Tuticorin. It looks like a log, first of all we need is to crush it and then grind it in a mixer to fine powder, then store the powder in an air-tight container. This process helps in easy storing of this dry fish and also helps in reducing the time of preparation, because it’s used only in the form of powder for cooking.

Ingredients:

Maasi Karuvadu / Maldives Dryfish  powder – 3 tbsp
Red chillies – 3 nos
Mustard seeds – 1/4 tsp
Split Black Lentil – 1/4 tsp
Curry leaves – two sprig
Grated Coconut – 3 tbsp
Chili powder – 1/2 tsp
Lemon juice – 1 tsp
Onions – 2 (medium size)
Salt to taste
Oil – 2 tbsp

Method:
  • Soak maasi karuvadu / Maldives dryfish powder in a cup of water for 20 mins.
  • Peel and finely chop the onions.
  • Heat oil in a kadai, add in the mustard seeds, black lentil and curry leaves, wait until they crackle,
  • Add in the chilies and cook for few seconds.
  • Add in the onion and cook until they start browning.
  • Meanwhile drain the water from the soaked dry fish powder and add the soaked dry fish powder to the kadai.
  • Add in turmeric powder, chili powder and cook for few mins (10 mins), until the raw smell of the spices goes off.
  • Add in the grated coconut and cook until the raw smell of coconut goes off.
  • Check for salt, if needed sprinkle little salt and pour in the lemon juice, cook for 5 mins.
  • Serve hot for lunch as side dish. It goes out well with steamed rice and sambhar or steamed rice and rasam.
Scrambled Maldives Dry Fish Recipe




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I am MADRAASI (Deepa), a busy housewife running behind two lovely and notorious kids. I hail from TUTICORIN, the southernmost coastal area of Tamil Nadu. Cooking was like an alien language to me after marriage. Later on I started gaining knowledge by watching cookery shows in TV through which I came across Chef Damodaran commonly known as Chef  Damo. This kindled my passion towards cooking. Now I am a blogger, food reviewer and product reviewer.

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2 comments :

  1. Where can i get masi? I am in bangalore and i am not able to find it here

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  2. Hi, You can ask some one from Madurai, Nagercoil, Tirunelveli an
    Turicorin. 100gm- Rs100.
    You can also get nadar maligai kadai

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